• We Are Turning COVID-19 Into a Young Person's Disease

    14 days ago - By The Atlantic

    Like many parents, Jason Newland, a pediatrician at Washington University in St. Louis and a dad to three teens ages 19, 17, and 15, now lives in a mixed-vaccination household. His 19-year-old got vaccinated with Johnson & Johnson's shot two weeks ago and the 17-year-old with Pfizer's, which is available to teens as young as 16. The 15-year-old is still waiting for her shot, though-a bit impatiently now. “She's like, ‘Dude, look at me here,'” Newland told me. “‘Why don't you just tell them I'm 16?'” But because certain pharmaceutical companies set certain age cutoffs for their clinical...
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